The Hawaii Revised Statute Known As ' Title 32

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Ken Stallman Sarah Marusek POLS 220 December 10, 2014 Final Research Paper This paper presents research regarding, most specifically, the Hawaii Revised Statute known as “TITLE 32. COURTS AND COURT OFFICERS; 605-7 Control of action; power to settle”. Furthermore contained herein is an analysis of the relationship between two chapters of The Blackwell Companion to Law and Society and the aforementioned HRS. The first analysis being upon the relationship between the HRS and Chapter Nine of The Blackwell Companion to Law and Society, entitled “Professional power: Lawyers and The Constitution of Professional Authority”. The second analysis being upon the relationship between the HRS and Chapter Ten of The Blackwell Companion to Law and Society, entitled “Courts and Judges”. Finally this paper shall condense the relationship between all three of the aforementioned areas of research and give a concise conclusion regarding relevant findings. Chapter Nine has a strong relationship with the HRS in that they both describe the roles and powers of legal practitioners. The chapter can be summarized as a sociolegal study on the exercise and source of professional power as wielded by Lawyers and adjacent practitioners of law. When taken in totality, this chapter presents its findings in such a way that when “read together these studies illuminate the multiple dimensions of professional power” (Rostain, 2008, p 147). Consequently there is a heavy focus upon how lawyer’s ideologies

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